Human Resource Professionals are charged with upholding the goals set by the company they represent. They are asked to ensure that the employees working for that company consistently commit to these goals and objectives, maintain consistent performance levels, and acquire newly acquired skills in order to keep up with the demands of the changing business conditions and needs. What happens when HR leaders are asked to coach employees? HR represents the goals of the company while the coaching profession maintains a client-focused agenda. Can you see the paradox here?
In this webinar we will explore the journey of human resources professionals who are either making a change to the coaching profession or those who are incorporating a client-focused coaching style into their organization. We will examine the specific differences in style, questions, and focus.
Learning Objectives: By the end of this webinar, the participant will:
• Explore the differences between the focus of human resources and coaches in job function
• Explore of the differences between a performance discussion and a coaching session
• Discover how to separate a human resources discussion from a coaching conversation
• Learn ways to transform company-driven questions to client-focused and powerful questions
About Jill Wilk: For over 20 years, my practice has focused on supporting client achievement, and implementing performance and training strategies for small and mid-sized businesses. With a focus on leadership development, I partner with businesses in diverse industries, seamlessly integrating concrete action plans while instilling a collaborative culture. My expertise—gained through over 25 years of human resource experience encompassing internal director-level positions and external consultant engagements—provides the tools for clients to concentrate on professional growth, job advancement, or career transition.